Alecky Blythe

The Notebook (Battersea Arts Centre)
By Jo Caird
Forced Entertainment's 'powerful' show tells the story of twin brothers evacuated in WWII
Michael Coveney: could we be seeing a shift in musical theatre?
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton and In the Heights are changing the musical theatre landscape
Anita Dobson: ‘London Road pays a great tribute to the girls who died'
The former EastEnders star describes making the soon-to-be-released film as 'the strangest thing I've ever done'
Michael Coveney: Does The Vote, London Road and NT Live spell death to theatre?
'There's so much overlap now between screen and stage that we must guard ever more vigilantly to maintain the distinction between them'
Catherine Love: Truth and lies in documentary theatre
What claim do verbatim shows like Little Revolution at the Almeida have on truth?
Critics mixed over Almeida's Little Revolution
Alecky Blythe's new verbatim piece opened at the Almeida earlier this week
Little Revolution (Almeida Theatre)
Alecky Blythe's new verbatim play puts too much focus on the middle class response to the 2011 riots
Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for September
Look out for Edinburgh transfers and the beginning of theatres' autumn seasons, as well as a range of touring work
Theatre Highlights of the Week: Liam Tamne, Little Revolutions and Flatley's Lord of the Dance
Elsewhere Alecky Blythe's new verbatim drama opens at the Almeida and it's your last chance to catch Medea starring Helen McCrory
Casting announced for Almeida's Little Revolution
Ronni Ancona and Imogen Stubbs are among those in the cast of Alecky Blythe's new play